We?re socialized from birth to pursue success at all costs. Day after day, we build our careers and our personal lives around getting what we want. But Dan Clark thinks we?re missing something important: the difference between success and significance.
For instance, successful people think wealth flows to them. Significant people know wealth flows through them. The successful say ?knowledge is power.? The significant realize that knowledge has no heart?that reason leads to conclusions but emotion leads to action. Clark offers a unique blend of psychological insights, historical examples, military stories, incredible personal experiences, and other material from his popular motivational speeches and leadership training. In a series of brief, emotionally charged essays, he answers essential questions such as ?How do we carve out meaningful legacies?? and ?How do we bring ourselves and those around us true, lasting satisfaction??
This book will help readers improve not merely their financial and career performance, but their human performance as well.
Genre: Self Improvement, Business + Money Management, Psychology
Subgenre: General, Careers / General, Motivational, Personal Growth / Success, Leadership